Click here to view the wonder of bread in our life stories submitted by members. By The Reverend Dr. Jo Forrest When I served a multi-cultural, Latino congregation, the senior minister asked members to bring bread reminiscent of their home country on World Communion Sunday. Our table could not hold the plenty and [...]
Sunday, June 9
Children's Day By Christine V. Hides I was apprehensive about the answers I would receive when I asked the third graders what Bible passage I should memorize for Children’s Day, this Sunday, June 2. Would they suggest something too long for me to learn? Or a passage from the Old Testament that would be [...]
By The Reverend Dr. William A. Evertsberg Last week La Casa Norte, the mission to homeless youth in Humboldt Park, presented an award to Kenilworth Union Church for its financial and volunteer support over many years. Patti Morrell introduced us at a scholarship event in Evanston. Some of you know Patti. She’s a [...]
Sunday, May 26
8 and 10 a.m.
Please note this is a family worship day and there is no Sunday school.
Come and worship!
Sunday, May 5
Choral Music Sunday
9 and 10:30 a.m.
By The Reverend Dr. Katie Snipes Lancaster I want to talk about this year's confirmation class through two important lenses: technology and talent. First, technology: Fortune Magazine editor Geoff Colvin says, "We're hardwired by 100,000 years of evolution to value deep interaction with other humans and not with computers." However, in his book Back [...]
By The Reverend Dr. William A. Evertsberg St. John is the only one of the four Evangelists who tells us that Jesus’ mother was at the cross when he died. Probably for that reason alone, John’s crucifixion narrative has down the ages inspired more Good Friday art than the other three Gospels. Painters, [...]
Our time in Galilee came to an end in Capernaum once we had toured the various archeological ruins while reflecting on Jesus’ long ministry in that village...
The weather had altered our hiking plans creating an opportunity to stop in Migdal at a synagogue ruin that would have been standing at the time Jesus traveled through the area.